Road Projects

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The Village of Little Chute Department of Public Works is constantly undertaking a variety of projects ranging form road construction, water and sewer replacement and storm water management. Throughout the course of the year, road project updates will be available.

West Evergreen Drive

September 9th, 2021

WEST EVERGREEN DRIVE IN LITTLE CHUTE WI, TO CLOSE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th  TO FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th

West Evergreen Drive is scheduled to close to traffic beginning on Thursday, September 9th, 2021 between Allegiance Court and Vandenbroek Road.  The closure is necessary to complete the excavation and grading, in preparation for concrete paving associated with a Village of Little Chute capital improvement project for West Evergreen Drive (Phase 2).  The work is weather dependent and anticipated to be completed in seven (7) working days.    

A posted detour will be signed and will utilize County Highway N (Freedom Road), West Elm Drive and Vandenbroek Road.

Please direct any questions or concerns regarding the project to the Village of Little Chute Department of Public Works by phone at (920) 423-3865.

For map of detour route click here.

County N Pavement Improvement Project - STH 96 (Main Street) to CTH OO

This Outagamie County Highway Department project will improve the pavement by rubblizing the existing concrete pavement and placing a new asphalt overlay on this segment of highway. Minor roadway and drainage improvements will be completed in coordination with the Village of Little Chute. Median improvements will also be implemented at the existing CN railroad crossing.
Anticipated Start Date: Monday, August 9, 2021
Anticipated Completion Date: September 2021
Traffic Impacts: The highway will be closed to through traffic during construction with local access maintained. A posted detour route will be posted. Cross traffic will be maintained at McKinley Avenue except for short durations while road work is occurring.
Detour: Posted detour will utilize STH 96 (Main Street), Rose Hill Road, and CTH OO (North Avenue).

Project updates will be available at: www.outagamie.org/highwayprojectupdates

For map of detour route click here.

Fiber-optic Network Construction

Starting in November 2020 White Construction on behalf of TDS started a fiber to home initiative in the Village of Little Chute.  The fiber-optic network will eventually reach all the Fox Valley area.  Construction started North of 41 in the Streamview Lane, Arts Way, Evergreen Drive area.  Residents will receive communication when work will begin in their area.  One example is the door hanger pictured below.  Work will continue during the winter weather dependent.  Any questions regarding this project call 1-855-259-8576 or visit TDSFiber.com/construction.

To view map click
here.

2021 Projects - Evergreen Drive & Hartzheim Drive



Evergreen Drive - Vandenbroek to Freedom Road
Hartzheim Drive - Well #4 to Buchanan Road
Pine Street Parking Lot
CTH N - Madison Center Concrete Median at Railroad Crossing
Vandenbroek Pond

For a full description of each project click here.  Any questions regarding projects call (920) 423-3865. 

2021 Utility & Street Construction - Evergreen Dr.

Project Schedule: May 24th to July 26th, 2021 (Utility Construction)

Project Schedule: July 26th to November 1st, 2021 (Concrete Pavement Construction)

PROJECT – The Village of Little Chute’s 2021 Utility Construction is in the following location:

Evergreen Drive: From Vandenbroek Road, east to match existing concrete at 960 feet west of CTH “N

Contract Number: EVERGREEN DRIVE (2021004 UTILITIES – 2021005 STREET/PAVEMENT)

The construction project includes the following: Storm sewer utility installation, sanitary sewer manhole installation and adjustments, water main installation and lowering, future utility stub outs for storm sewer. Reconstructing all side road intersections to match point, installing concrete curb & gutter, installation of concrete road pavement, and associated sidewalk, driveway aprons and lawn restoration work.  The proposed roadway from approximately station 3+00 to station 10+75 will be converted from a rural to urban typical road section and widened from its current width of approximately 28-feet to the proposed 51.5-feet from face of curb to face of curb. The proposed widening will include one (1) 13.5’ right turn lane, two (2) 12-foot drive lanes and one (1) 14-foot center turn lane.  The proposed right-of-way will be expanded to approximately 84-feet for this section.  The proposed roadway starting at approximately station 10+75 to station 21+50 will be converted from a rural to urban typical road section and widened from its current width of approximately 28-feet to 38-feet from face of curb to face of curb.  The proposed widening will include two (2) 12-foot drive lanes and one (1) 14-foot turn lane.  The proposed roadway will be contained within the current 66-foot right-of-way for this section.  Sidewalk will be installed from station 21+50 to Freedom Rd.  The proposed sidewalk will include a typical sidewalk section of 5-feet wide with 2 sidewalk ramps.  The proposed sidewalk will be contained within the current 66-foot right-of-way for this section.

UPDATED SCHEDULE:

(Monday, October 18th – Friday, Oct. 22nd and Monday, October 25th – Friday, Oct. 29th

CONTRACT 2021004 - EVERGREEN DRIVE - UTILITIES

Superior Sewer and Water, Inc. has completed the utility installation.

CONTRACT 2021005 - EVERGREEN DRIVE – PAVING & RESTORATION

Vinton Construction Co. is the General Contractor for the grading and paving operations under a separate contract. Vinton has completed the excavation, grading, and mainline paving for both lanes of travel. Vinton is scheduled to begin hand pours at the intersections to complete the roadway pavement on Tuesday, October 19th and will continue through the end of the week. Martell is scheduled to begin the construction of concrete sidewalk and driveway aprons on Monday, October 25th, weather permitting.

Evergreen Drive remains an active construction site. For your safety as well as those working in the area, please avoid using this area when possible.

Traffic Impacts: The intersections of Vandenbroek Road and Evergreen Drive as well as, CTH “N” and Evergreen Drive will remain open to local traffic only during normal construction activities. Cardinal Lane is a private drive, not a public road and should not be used without permission from the property owner. Intermittent lane restrictions and closures will take place to facilitate a safer construction site as well as safer traffic movements for residents. It is illegal to drive past a “ROAD CLOSED” sign or to move any construction barricades. Residents, business owners, and customers may access properties past “ROAD CLOSED – LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY” signs. Residents should expect additional restrictions due to installation of proposed paving, and should use alternate routes to limit traffic in the area when possible.





2021 Utility & Street Construction - Hartzheim Dr.


2021001 Contract Schedule: June 14th to June 25th, 2021 Utility Construction

2021002 Contract Schedule: July 26th to November 1st, 2021 Street Construction

PROJECT – The Village of Little Chute’s 2021 Street Construction is in the following location:

Hartzheim Drive: From Buchanan Street to Approximately 1,400 West on Hartzheim Drive

Updated Weekly Schedule - (October 18th – October 22nd and October 25th – October 29th)

CONTRACT NO. 2021001 - HARTZHEIM DRIVE - UTILITIES

Don Hietpas & Sons, Inc. is the General Contractor for the Utility Construction. Hietpas has completed the utility work on Hartzheim Drive.

CONTRACT NO. 2021002 - HARTZHEIM DRIVE – PAVING & RESTORATION

Sommers Construction Company, Inc. is the General Contractor for the grading, paving, and restoration operations. Sommers has completed the excavation and grading. Michels will be sub-contracted to complete the roadway concrete paving by Sommers. Michels is scheduled to perform the fine grading on Thursday, October 21st. The first phase of concrete paving is scheduled for Monday, October 25th, weather permitting.

The street construction project includes the following:

The existing pavement section will be converted from a typical rural (asphalt) section, to an urban (concrete) pavement section. The urban section will include 7” concrete pavement with integral curb and gutter. The typical pavement section will have two 12’ travel lanes and two 6’ parking lanes, total width of the pavement section will be 36’ from face of curb to face of curb. Sidewalk will also be installed on the north side of the road, in front of the residential properties.

Traffic Impacts: The intersection of Buchanan Street and Hartzheim Drive will remain open, Hartzheim Drive will remain open to local traffic only. Intermittent lane restrictions and closures will take place to facilitate a safer construction site as well as safer traffic movements for residents. It is illegal to drive past a “ROAD CLOSED” sign or to move any construction barricades. Residents, business owners, and customers may access properties past “ROAD CLOSED – LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY” signs. Residents will have access to their driveways at the end of each work day, please avoid parking on the street in the construction zone, access for drop off and pick up are allowed. Residents should expect additional restrictions due to installation of proposed utilities, and should use alternate routes to limit traffic in the area when possible.





2021 Utility & Street Reconstruction Final Engineer's Report - Hartzheim Drive



 3/24/21 - Public Hearing - Evergreen Drive and Hartzheim Drive


Click links below to review what was discussed at the meeting.

PowerPoint Presentation

Frequently Asked Questions

 3/10/21 - Public Informational Meeting - Evergreen Drive and Hartzheim Drive

Click links below to review what was discussed at the meeting.

2021 Utility & Street Reconstruction Public Informational Meeting PowerPoint - Evergreen Drive and Hartzheim Drive

2021 Utility & Street Reconstruction Preliminary Engineer’s Report – Hartzheim Drive   


Lyle Street Storm Sewer



Schedule: February 2021 Utility Installation, with 2021 Spring Restoration


PROJECT – The Village of Little Chute’s 2020 Fall Storm Sewer project is in the following location:

Lyle Street Storm Sewer: Sanitorium Road to 600’ West on Lyle Street

Contract Number: 2020005 – LYLE STREET STORM SEWER RECONSTRUCTION 

Work for the Lyle Street Storm Sewer shall include 752 lineal feet of 36-inch storm sewer and 17 lineal feet of 12-inch pipe used for inlet leads. The project documents were prepared for open cut technology.  This project also includes 1,366 square yards of asphalt pavement with associated terrace work, concrete curb and gutter, sidewalk and driveway restoration as identified in the construction documents. Approximately half of the 36-inch storm sewer is located within utility easements in rear and side lot locations of a residential neighborhood. This work shall replace an existing 18-inch storm sewer.

UPDATED WEEKLY SCHEDULE - (April 26th to April 30th)

LYLE STREET - UTILITIES

Advance Construction has completed the utility construction for the storm sewer pipe located in the Lyle Street right of way. Storm sewer main located in the storm sewer easements (rear yard and side yard) which are located on private property are also complete.

LYLE STREET – PAVING & RESTORATION

Advance Construction began pavement removals in preparation for the paving contractors last week, removals for the pavement restoration are now complete. Sommers Construction also completed the placement of concrete pavements last week. NE Asphalt is tentatively scheduled to replace the asphalt pavement on Monday (May 3rd), and Tuesday (May 4th), weather permitting.  The Lyle Street area remains an active construction site. For your safety as well as those working in the area, please avoid using this area when possible.   

Traffic Impacts: The intersection of Sanitorium Road and Lyle Street will remain open to through traffic. Intermittent lane restrictions and closures will take place to facilitate a safer construction site as well as safer traffic movements for residents. It is illegal to drive past a “ROAD CLOSED” sign or to move any construction barricades. Residents, business owners, and customers may access properties past “ROAD CLOSED – LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY” signs. Residents will have access to their driveways at the end of each work day, please avoid parking on the street in the construction zone, access for drop off and pick up are allowed. Residents should expect additional restrictions due to installation of proposed pavement, and should use alternate routes to limit traffic in the area when possible.

2020 Utility & Street Construction - 

Downtown Storm Project

 

2020 UTILITY & STREET CONSTRUCTION – DOWNTOWN STORM SEWER

Schedule: January 2020 Utility Installation, with 2021 Spring Restoration

PROJECT – The Village of Little Chute’s 2020 Fall Storm Sewer projects are in the following location:

Downtown Storm Sewer (Storm sewer): Grand Avenue to Madison Street

Contract Number: 2020005 – DOWNTOWN STORM SEWER EXTENSION

The Downtown Storm Sewer Extension shall include 1,090 lineal feet of 42-inch to 12-inch diameter storm sewer. The project documents were prepared for open cut technology. This project also includes 140 square yards of 8” concrete street repair and 878 square yards of asphalt pavement with associated terrace and driveway restoration as identified in the construction documents.  An existing two stall garage has been removed and disposed of as part of this project. 

UPDATED WEEKLY SCHEDULE - (April 26th to April 30th)

DOWNTOWN STORM - UTILITIES

Advance Construction has completed the construction of the mainline storm sewer pipe located in the Monroe Street and Main Street right of way. Storm sewer main located in the storm sewer easement (through the new hotel development) has also been completed.

DOWNTOWN STORM – PAVING & RESTORATION

Advance Construction began pavement removals in preparation for the paving contractors last week, removals for the first phase of pavement restoration are complete. Sommers Construction also began the first phase of concrete pavement restoration last week.  Removals and phased concrete paving operations will continue throughout this week. NE Asphalt is tentatively scheduled to replace the asphalt pavement on Monday (May 3rd), and Tuesday (May 4th), weather permitting.  The Downtown Storm area remains an active construction site. For your safety as well as those working in the area, please avoid using this area when possible.   

Traffic Impacts: The intersections of Main Street, Madison Street and Monroe Street will remain open to through traffic. Intermittent lane restrictions and closures will take place to facilitate a safer construction site as well as safer traffic movements for residents. It is illegal to drive past a “ROAD CLOSED” sign or to move any construction barricades. Residents, business owners, and customers may access properties past “ROAD CLOSED – LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY” signs. Residents will have access to their driveways at the end of each work day, please avoid parking on the street in the construction zone, access for drop off and pick up are allowed. Residents should expect additional restrictions due to installation of proposed utilities, and should use alternate routes to limit traffic in the area when possible.



         Thank you for your patience throughout the reconstruction process!